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South Sutor Boat
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South Sutor Boat

Picture Taken 1965 - For Ronald and the Harbour Master's Office gang. This is the boat you keep asking me about. She was my father's successor to Eilan Dubh shown in picture #327. She is a Haven class motor sailer, 32' OWL, clinker built, gaff rig with a Perkins 4107M auxiliary engine. Built in Peterborough she was trucked up to Muirton basin and sailed around to Cromarty. On the return journey she lost her prop and was ebbed at Avoch for repairs. Ronald and crew, there you have it.
Picture added on 07 September 2010 at 15:15
Cheers Arthur thats great. watched the DVD and thought it was brilliant, thanks again.
Added by Ronald Young on 08 September 2010
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